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Usage of FPGA for Passive Network Monitoring

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Hardware-accelerated network monitoring is essential to meet the requirements of line rate network traffic processing without a packet loss. On the other hand, hardware in form of ASIC (Application Specific Integrated Circuit) misses the flexibility of software-based tools. The trade-off between software and hardware seems to be FPG As (Field Programmable Gate Arrays).

In the presentation, I will talk about acceleration of two widespread network monitoring applications, NetFlow and Snort. I will describe the network acceleration platform, design and algorithms used for implementation of these two applications, achieved results, deployment and future directions.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Systems Research Group Seminar series.

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